<span>Residents of Barangay Bagong Silangan in Quezon City light candles at San Isidro Labrador Parish Church to commemorate the seventh anniversary of the deadly flooding unleashed by Tropical Storm "Ondoy" in their community. </span>
<span>A boy living near the Golden Mosque in Quiapo enjoys an instant shower from recent overcast skies. Two typhoons early this week skipped Metro Manila but carried with them gusty winds and rain showers.</span>
<span>Young men try to salvage what is left of their house boat after it was wrecked by crashing waves at Manila Bay during a heavy downpour as Typhoon Butchoy leaves the country's area of responsibility, July 8, 2016.
<span>Using tarpaulin and ropes, a man tries to provide shelter from the storm for his family on the seawall along Roxas Boulevard in Manila on October 18, 2015 as Typhoon Lando slams into Aurora and Isabela provinces, bringing heavy rain and powerful winds to much of Luzon. </span>
<span>PAGASA weather forecasters monitor Typhon Lando,  projected on a screen, as it approaches to make landfall in Northern Luzon at the PAGASA Office in Quezon City, 17 October 2015.</span>
<span>Young boys ride a floating platform along the Pasig river on the morning of October 17, 2015 unaware of the impending danger, as Typhoon Lando enters the Philippine Area of Responsibility.  
<span>A cyclist rides through strong winds and heavy rains brought about by Typhoon Ineng in Jose Abad Santos Ave, Tondo Manila on August 21, 2015. </span>
<span>Shaira Ann Nonot, PAGASA weather forecaster shows the satellite image of the two typhoons currently in the West Pacific which is heading towards the direction of the Philippines,  August 17, 2015.   The first typhoon is expected to enter PAR on August 18, 2015.</span>
<span>Young men ferry commuters crossing R. Papa St. in Manila for a fee as heavy rain brought flooding in many parts of Metro Manila on July 8, 2015.</span>
<span>Children enjoy a school-free day along a flooded area in Road 10, Tondo, Manila on July 8, 2015. The country has been experiencing heavy rainfall as Typhoon Falcon continues to enhance the southwest monsoon.</span>
<span>Low visibility along Roxas Boulevard on July 8, 2015 brought about by heavy rainfall from southwest monsoon enhanced by Typhoon Falcon.</span>
<span>Cornelio Pingol and daughter Trixie remember 21 of their relatives who were killed during the onslaught of Supertyphoon "Yolanda" on All Saints Day. The tombs are made too close to each other at a mass grave site on the median on Maharlika Highway in Tanauan town, Leyte province.</span>